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Clean Carpet Vomit

clean carpet vomit
  • A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
  • rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
  • form a carpet-like cover (over)
  • cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
  • A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
  • A large rug, typically an oriental one
  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • An emetic
  • emetic: a medicine that induces nausea and vomiting
  • Matter vomited from the stomach
  • the matter ejected in vomiting
  • eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
clean carpet vomit - Smelleze® Eco
Smelleze® Eco Vomit Absorbent and Deodorizer Powder: 2.5 lb.
Smelleze® Eco Vomit Absorbent and Deodorizer Powder: 2.5 lb.
Residential, school and commercial facilities such as hospitals, day care facilities, cancer treatment centers and nursing homes frequently encounter unpleasant vomit odors. The Smelleze® Vomit Absorbent & Deodorizer Powder was specially developed to absorb, neutralize and encapsulate vomit and pungent odors on contact without masking them with fragrances.For a breath of fresh air, simply sprinkle enough Smelleze® powder on the vomit to adequately cover and absorb it to form a solid. Then sweep it up, dispose, and smell the difference. Repeat this process if any vomit still remains. Thereafter, wash the affected area and sprinkle Smelleze® powder on it, leave for a few hours or overnight and vacuum. Repeat, if necessary, until all the odors are eliminated. Smelleze® can be effectively used on beds, coaches, upholstery, floors, carpets, bedpans, medical waste disposal pails, garbage cans, etc.Smelleze® is non-toxic, safe, recyclable, natural, odorless, non-flammable and non-caustic. Smelleze® is an ideal environmentally friendly solution for absorbing vomit and associated vomit odors without adding pollutants to the air you breathe. It does not contain VOCs, harmful or ozone depleting chemicals and is especially beneficial for those suffering from allergies and chemical sensitivity. No fossil fuels are used in the production of Smelleze® odor control media.

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A Tale of Two Pukers
A Tale of Two Pukers
The wife spent some time yesterday with one of her co-workers who is apparently not a dog lover. Not her fault I guess, as she was raised that way by parents who had no time for animals, either. The woman is not necessarily anti-dog, she's just personally anti-pet and, sadly, has a fear of dogs because of her inexperience. She apparently screamed in terror when a black lab knocked over a water glass in front of her. It's hard to believe that I don't agree with her stance against canine's in the household after the last couple of nights. Knocking over a water glass would be a welcome occurrence. Luckily, we still like our mutts more than the carpets in the house, even though we try like hell to protect said carpets from said mutts. To no avail. On Friday at 3:30am we awoke to the sound of urka gurkas, the universal alarm to all pet owners -- though I think perfect by Labradors -- that a spew of vomit is heading up and out, stat. This isn't anything new. As I've written about numerous times in the past, our eldest pup Siren has been singing us the ol' wet yodel since she was, well, a pup. The unique part is she usually only yacks on an empty stomach. If too empty, she just lets fly with small piles o' bile. We used to take her for the vet for it, did barium swallows and x-rays and tried antacids and whatever, but it doesn't matter, there's no predicting it. I consider it her warning to us humans that feed her and throw the all important tennis balls that we best not forget she's there, or there will be stains. Waking from a sound sleep to deal with dog spew is nothing new to me, so I whipped back the sheets and got Siren out the door and headed downstairs, gambling that I can get her out the backdoor in time. Unfortunately, the Pooper (as she's known, for she is brown) has for some reason developed the habit of going to the left at the bottom of the stairs to go outside, instead of right. Even though a right turn is a straighter shot to the door AND would take her over the linoleum landing by our front door, she chooses left. A turn to the left puts her right on the living room's wall to wall carpet, and that is where she made her deposit Friday AM. After getting her outside and cleaning up the mess, I couldn't get back to sleep for at least an hour. It was frustrating as hell, but once I was out I stayed that way almost right up to 9am when I'm supposed to be working. Thank god my commute is only about 25 stairs. That should have been it, but a few hours ago, at approximately 2:40am, more urka gurkas. This time, the wife was out of bed before me -- usually she just exclaims and kicks me so I am the only one up, but I made a point of pointing this fact out to her yesterday, so she must have felt guilty. Turns out that our youngest, Kylie, was at the door and ready to retch this time. Bon, having more of her faculties about her, or perhaps just prepared ahead for this eventuality, pointed Ky-Ky toward our bathroom where, arguably, she could chunderspew on the much easier to clean vinyl floor without traveling as far. I got up, helped push the ready to burst dog into the bath, and she let go with some yellow/brown foam of her own. On the throw rug. Bon took her down stairs to see if she had more solid burps while I cleaned the carpet off. Amidst the bile pile were little bits and pieces of plastic. Sadly, this is no surprise, as Thursday I was kind enough to give the dogs the dregs of my crunchy peanut butter still in the container, and Ky decided (as usual) the only way to reach the bottom was to chew off the edges at the top for easier access. Apparently all the plastic shrapnel I found on the floor after wasn't everything, she had to swallow some of it. It's so much more fun to find strange thing in their poo than in their puke. Corn, string, cloth, dental floss, berries -- all funny on a scoop in the back yard. Nothing much fun about warm barf, no matter what is in it. I told Bon all we need tonight is for Caper to hork up a big honking plug of undigested grass (his usual esophageal ejection) tonight and we've hit the ballistic dinner hat trick. After throwing the rugs in the washing machine, it was back to bed, where I tossed and turned for an hour before finally just getting up a little after 4pm. I've been at the laptop ever since. My sleep patterns seem to be getting stranger this year, with a few nights of normalcy usually followed by complete sleep corruption, which wouldn't be so bad if I could use the time while up to be productive. If nothing else, these nightly uploads by the idiots may have ensured me a good night's sleep tonight. I'll be keeping a strict eye on Caper to make sure he doesn't eat more crabgrass than is good for him. Which is none.
247/365 Ritz Crackers
247/365 Ritz Crackers
Woke up today and all I did was clean clean clean. I also edited some photos and went out to grab a burrito with the suite mates. I swear I'm like the only Asian here in Stony now cause everyone goes back home on the weekends. All that's left to clean up in our suite is our clogged toilet and dried up vomit in the carpet. sure it smells sour in the common room, but at least it looks clean now haha. We came back vacuumed, and now I'm doing my project 365 late cause I'm playing video games. I need to start on my school work haha.

clean carpet vomit
clean carpet vomit
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